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A mobile app for education: Communication ideas on what to post on your mobile app

Posted by Lauren Hancox on November 15, 2018

The FE sector is experiencing increasing financial difficulties, so if colleges can use technology to support delivery, aid learning and support that financial gap, it will support the FE sector as a whole. Technology and teaching are changing all the time, technology is shaping the curriculum. It's enhancing learning and changing how things happen. The teams at NESCOT College, a further and higher education college in Epsom, UK, use the app daily and three quarters of all College comms is sent via the app. We had a chat with the teams and asked them 'what sort of comms are you posting?'…

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Topics: Further Education

Global Education Market Survey: 2018 review

Posted by Nathaniel Harvatt on November 12, 2018

2017 was a year full of changes for education, from the way we think about delivering education, how we ensure quality and stay compliant, to how we can continue to not just match, but exceed student expectations. So, at the end of 2017 we surveyed the market to understand the real challenges and issues people working in education face.

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Topics: Further Education, Higher Education, Schools & Early Years, Skills, Training and Employability

A mobile app for education: Using an app for a slick enrolment process

Posted by Lauren Hancox on November 8, 2018

NESCOT, a further and higher education college in Epsom UK, has a mission, to be the college of choice for their students, employers, local community and staff. A mission that they are living every day. We met with staff and students at the college recently to see how they are using app technology to forge new relationships and break down communication barriers in a time of huge change for their students…

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Topics: Further Education, Higher Education

A mobile app for education: Using app communication to reduce anxiety

Posted by Lauren Hancox on November 5, 2018

NESCOT, a further and higher education college in Epsom UK, is a tech-first college. They have truly embraced the need to communicate with their students on a familiar, interactive and instant channel. We found out first-hand how the college uses its NESCOMMS app (a college branded version of Tribal's Student Engage app), when we spent the day with them.

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Topics: Further Education, Higher Education

An irresistible force meets an immovable object

Posted by Daniel Barrass on November 1, 2018

When it comes to education, can Government policy-makers ever hope to keep up with rapid technology change? Should it even be a considerationDoes, in fact, policy-making conflict with the rapid technological advances within Higher Education?  And does either improve student success? So many questions, but do you agree with the experts on this?

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Topics: Higher Education

A Mobile App for education: Improving communications through a college app

Posted by Lauren Hancox on October 29, 2018

We recently visited NESCOT college, a further and higher education college based in Epsom, UK. They've been using a mobile app (NESCOMMS, a College branded version of Tribal's Student Engage App), to manage three-quarters of all College communication. Here's how their communication strategy has changed.

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Topics: Further Education

Our day at Westoe Primary School

Posted by Lauren Hancox on October 22, 2018

Let me paint a picture for you. You walk into the playground at Westoe Crown Primary School in South Tyneside and you're greeted with a wash of smiles from pupils and teachers alike. The head teacher, Mr Steve Price, knows the name of every single pupil (all 700 of them), and the love the children have for him is abundantly clear. Everyone was so happy and it was only 08:00 am. 

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Topics: Schools & Early Years

Top tips to get onto the Register of Apprenticeship Training providers

Posted by Hannah Muckersie on October 18, 2018

Government officials have been pretty quiet since the last window of the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP) opened in October 2017, with just a few surprise additions to the register, bringing the total number of providers to 2,588.  The long-awaited next window of applications is expected to open later this year.  

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Topics: Skills, Training and Employability

Are you ready to be an employer provider? Five things you need to consider.

Posted by Tribal Group on October 15, 2018

If you’re considering becoming an employer provider you’ll need to apply to the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (ROATP). But before you do, it’s worth making these five components the basis of your feasibility study:

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Topics: Skills, Training and Employability

Want a bigger training budget? Use the Apprenticeship Levy to upskill your NHS workforce

Posted by Ben Park on October 11, 2018

70 years of the NHS is definitely something to celebrate! But can it also be said that HR and Training Managers of NHS Trusts are celebrating the Apprenticeship Levy? Check out this week’s blog to find out why Ben Park, Senior Project Support Officer at Health Education England, says they should…

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Topics: Skills, Training and Employability